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Dear Daisy, Get Well Soon by Maggie Smith
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Dear Daisy, Get Well Soon

by Maggie Smith

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It is a bright and colorfully illustrated book about a friend who is upset because his friend Daisy has the chicken pox and cannot play with him. It is a good read for a youn child ages 4-6 because it does have bold lettering and it not too confusing with lots of writing, it keeps it simple and to the point. The fun comes with the pictures because you can add to the story with your imagination, it has the boy send a letter to Daisy by an elephant and its the aspects like that, that make is so much fun to read!
  jzerba | Mar 17, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0440417570, Paperback)

When Daisy comes down with chicken pox, Peter proves he’s a friend she can count on: On Monday, he makes her a get-well card–and his stuffed elephant comes to life to deliver it. On Tuesday, he sends two zebras with flowers. By the time five monkeys arrive with balloons on Friday, Daisy is feeling much better. So on Saturday, she delivers a gift of her own–an invitation to come over and play. With very few words, this story speaks volumes about the magic of having a very best friend.

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When his friend Daisy gets sick, Peter sends her more gifts each day of the week until she feels better.

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